"Parlay" rule

Re: "Parlay" rule

Postby Baronvonsmooch » Wed Nov 03, 2010 1:08 pm

The parlay rule is very useful in MOUT situations, not so much in outdoors play. This past weekend I attended Op Irene at Fort Knox, Kentucky. I personally witnessed several parlay situations in which members would enter a room quickly enough that the players would be standing barrel to barrel. To be fair they called each other out and accepted that it was good movement or good placement overall then continued on their way.

All in all the parlay rule only works if there are mature players.
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Re: "Parlay" rule

Postby BLACKFOXX » Wed Mar 21, 2012 7:40 am

in california where i play at the parley rule is really affectie only diff its where two players engage eachother at close range once close enough both players will say parley meaning hey i dont wana be shot up close. basically once you say parley both players are out and you walk bak to ur spawn points and start again....make sense?
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